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Sky Vehicle is your flying car guide and directory, it contains descriptions, images, photos and news articles about many different types of sky cars, from the present, the future and the past. You can start by checking out the most recent sky vehicles below.
Definition: A flying car or roadable aircraft is a vehicle which can travel on roads and in the air. It is both an aircraft and an automobile. All the working examples have required some manual or automated process of conversion between the two modes of operation.

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Terrafugia Transition


Terrafugia is a private company based in Woburn, Massachusetts that is developing The Transition, a roadable aircraft that the company describes as a personal air vehicle. The aircraft is designed to change configurations, enabling it to operate as a traditional road vehicle and as a general aviation airplane. The Transition personal air vehicle is expected to be released in 2011. The estimated purchase price is US$194,000. (click on the image to watch the video)

Moller M400 Skycar


The Moller Skycar is a prototype personal VTOL (vertical take-off and landing) aircraft — a "flying car" — called a "volantor" by its inventor Paul Moller, who has been attempting to develop such vehicles for many years. The design calls for four ducted fans - the propellors being covered which is safer and more efficient at low speeds. (click on the image to watch the video)

Urban X-Hawk


The Urban Aeronautics X-Hawk is a design for a flying car which is being developed by Rafi Yoeli of Tel Aviv, Israel. Yoeli and his privately held company, Urban Aeronautics, claim to have flown the car to a height of 3 ft, though they say that greater heights are possible. It will be about the size of a large van. The X-Hawk and its smaller version, the Mule, would be used in search and rescue operations where a helicopter would be useless or at least very dangerous, such as evacuating people from the upper stories of burning buildings. (click on the image to watch the video)

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